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a child together. what they used was his sperm and donated eggs. then close became pregnant with twins through in vitro fertilization. after twins were born in july, he revealed to her he was gay, told her you're just a surrogate and demanded custody of the children. now, keep in mind they're his biological children even though she carried them. and now a houston judge has ruled she is indeed the mother by law of the twins not just a temperatu surrogate. this is a pretty fascinating case. i mean, how did the judge make the ruling that she's the mother when she's not the biological mother? >> well, she is not the biological mother, but she did give birth to these children. and texas law may have been on her side here because the law is fairly explicit when it comes to issues. the intended parents of the child or children have to be married. there was no marriage in this case. also a surrogacy agreement approved ahead of time. there was no legal agreement between the two. so when the children were born, she gave birth to them and she had every bit of standing according to the court to be
, is correlated with twins. what happens in the royal hierarchy if it's twins? >> that's where it gets really, really good fun, because obviously you could then have a girl and a boy nestling inside the womb and the first one out becomes king or queen. imagine that race. i've been involved in sibling rivalries, soledad, but imagine that. imagine if you were five seconds ahead of your brother or sister, you got to be the monarch of the british royal family. >> i have a set of twins, neither one of them's up to be the monarch of anything and they fight for stuff constantly. so i can't even imagine. would you imagine diana's got to be a name, everyone is going to assume that would be one. you already mentioned piers. any other suggestions of names that probably would be up there? i'm sure people will be talking about that for the next nine months. >> look, the way that you should think if you're placing a bet is what is the likelihood of a close family relative for whatever particular reason, diana, her full name is diana frances. one of those two names i'm sure will figure if she's a girl in th
this kind of morning sickness is correlated with twins. what happens if it's twins? >> that's when it's gets really confusing. you could have a girl and a boy nestling inside the womb and the first one out becomes king or queen. i've been involved in sibling rivalry, imagine that, if you were five seconds ahead of your brother or sister, you have to be the monarch of the british royal family. >> i have a set of twins, neither one of them is up to be the monarch of anything. they fight for stuff constantly. diana's got to be a name. everyone's got to assume that would be one. you already mentioned piers. any other suggestions of names that would be up there? i'm sure people will be talking about that for the next nine months. >> the way you should think, what is the likelihood of air close family relative for whatever particular reason? diana, her full name is diana frances. one of those two names i'm sure we'll figure if she's a girl, in the four or five names she's likely to be allocated. if it's a boy, i would look to history. britain's not had a king george or king james for quite a while
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